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About the Tao
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www.thetao.info
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If you searching for a temple or teacher, be careful. To paraphrase the Tibetan Lam Rim (a Buddhist text): "Most people take more care buying a cow than choosing a teacher, but you are entrusting your precious mind to a teacher so check very, very carefully". Imagine you are buying a car that is worth all the property and cash you have. Seriously.About the Tao, Lao Tzu and yin and yang. Includes Tao Te Ching translation, illustrated explanation, history, and Chinese cultural notes, screen saver, theme and wallpaper.
Latest Windows software from About the Tao


Tao Screen SaverCategory:  Desktop Tools » Screen Savers
Theme includes screen saver with quotes from the "Tao Te Ching" (the world's most translated book, after the Bible) and related images. Interactive quote sharing and desktop customizing. The Tao is an ancient Chinese classic and the source of sayings like "The journey of 1,000 miles starts with a single step" and "Those who know don't speak; those who speak don't know."

Daily Tao QuoteCategory:  Desktop Tools » Other
Next time you start your computer, instead of just staring at your screen, why not contemplate the meaning of life? The program displays a quote from the Tao with a relevant photo (Great Wall, Chinese gardens temples) at start up. Press a button to print out the quote and image. The Tao is a Chinese classic and the source of sayings like "Journey of 1,000 miles starts with a single step". It is related to the I-Ching and more loosely, Zen.

Tao Desktop ThemeCategory:  Desktop Tools » Themes & Wallpaper
Theme includes screen saver with quotes from the "Tao Te Ching" (the world's most translated book, after the Bible) & related images. The Tao is an ancient Chinese classic and the source of sayings like "The journey of 1,000 miles starts with a single step" and "Those who know don't speak; those who speak don't know." It is related to the I-Ching and, more loosely, to Zen. Images include the Chinese gardens and Taoist temples.